Reconsidering Canadian Citizenship Policy in an Era of Globalization
Dual Citizens, Non-resident Canadians and the Cost of Cosmopolitanism
This article assesses the impact of the extraordinary growth of dual citizenship in Canada. The authors outline the theoretical framework of citizenship policy in Canada, as well as its historical foundations. They discuss the forces of globalization, exploring the reasons behind the dramatic increase in dual citizenship, and examine the impact of these pressures on Canadian domestic policy.
© 2009 Centre for International Policy Studies (CIPS)
Jessica Breaugh, Catherine DeJong, Lauren Rutherford